Tigermoth
There looks to be a few more new American Hop strains coming on the market. Something you might be interested in EB, or anyone else if you can get them.

https://www.hopsteiner.com/variety-data-sheets/?__s=homc7jjba8b3vhe6wu2w&utm_source=drip&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CBB+08.31.20+Hopsteiner&utm_content=Harvest+with+Hopsteiner
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EspeciallyBitter
Couple of very fruit-forward ones (Lotus, Trident, Solero and the snappily named X13459), which I'm guessing are aimed at the NEIPA craze. The Solero is mango and passion fruit – who wouldn't like that combo? Mind you, I prefer the sound of the Altus and Contessa, seem more like my kind of thing.

Of course, there are about a billion established varieties that I've yet to try!
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Clibit
Like the sound of Altus. Spicy, resinous, tangerine. 
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Hops_and_Dreams
Sounds good. Always nice to try a new hop, wonder when we'll see them over here.
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Tigermoth
The Altus looks as if it has a high AA% at 15 - 18.5 % would be good as an economical bittering hop but probable good as a dual purpose too maybe. 
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bigmack

HAAS Announces New Hop Release:
Talus™ Brand HBC 692 c.v.

John I. Haas, Inc. is excited to announce the commercial release of the new proprietary hop Talus™ brand HBC 692 c.v. Talus delivers big aromas of pink grapefruit, citrus rinds, dried roses, pine resin, tropical fruits and sage.

Talus’ impactful citrus, floral, wood and fruit aromas remain throughout the brewing process. “Its bold aroma translates to strong brewing performance, with a versatility that lends itself to many beer styles, particularly hop-forward beers” said Virgil McDonald, Brewmaster at John I. Haas Innovation Brewery.

Talus’ bold flavor profile draws from its roots as a cultivated daughter of Sabro® brand HBC 438 c.v. By pairing its neomexicanus heritage with a local Pacific Northwest hop, this exciting new hop delivers a one-of-a-kind flavor experience. This is the latest creation from The Hop Breeding Company (HBC), a joint venture between Yakima Chief Ranches, LLC, and John I. Haas, Inc.

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Tigermoth
Amazing all these new hop strains and the description of the flavours they are supposed to give never ceases to amuse me..........as long as it tastes like real beer that's what I look for, if I wanted a fruit salad I would make one from fruit. I can never taste all these flavours I'm sorry to say but I do know what beer tastes like ðŸ˜‹
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Womble
Excellent TM ... made laugh of a Sunday morning. 🙌
Multi-tasking, easy, drink beer and watch telly.
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Tigermoth
Womble wrote:
Excellent TM ... made laugh of a Sunday morning. 🙌


I think we think along the same lines sometimes Womble ðŸ‘
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